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Health Chapter 4
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? Is the reaction of the body and mind to everyday challenges and demands.
Anything that causes stress is called a(n) ?
A physical reaction that results from stress rather than injury or illness is called a(n) ?
Your perception of stressor
The amount of stress that you experience mostly relates to?
During which stage of the body's stress response are hormones released?
Decrease in blood pressure
Which of the following are not a physical symptom of the alarm response?
The five categories of stressor's are, life situations, environmental, biological, cognitive and personal behavior.
What are the five categories of stressors.
Trying a new activity for the first time might give you stress if that activity is difficult and hard to do at first
How would trying an activity for the first time affect your stress level?
Being pared with people you are uncertain about might cause worry as you do not know if all parts are able to cooperate well and if they give their full effort.
Suppose you've been assigned to work on a project with three students you don't know. How might this affect your perception of doing the project?
Mental fatigue might impair your ability to retain information while studding
Describe how mental fatigue that results from stress can affect your ability to study,
Some symptoms of stress include, high blood pressure, weakened immune system and headache.
List three physical symptoms of stress.
Having this kind of chronic stress could lead to you becoming depressed and troubled.
You have spent three months feeling stressed while studying for an exam. What impact could this stress have on your health?
Using refusal skills, planning ahead, and practicing relaxation techniques are examples of ?.
You are ? if you are able to adapt effectively and recover from disappointment, difficulty, or crisis?
Practicing stress-management techniques can help you achieve a state of calm, or a ?, when stressed.
Stress associated with long-term problems beyond one's control is known as ?
Eating a conform food
Whay is not a relaxation technique?
Use refusal skills
One way to prevent taking on an activity that will add to your level of stress is to?
Which of the following is not a way to redirect energy that may build up as a result of stress?
Helps you avoid stress
What is not an effect of physical activity on stress?
By being able to identify your own stressor's you will be able to plan ahead to prepare yourself for the incoming stress and think positively about it.
How does identifying personal stressors help in the development of a stress-management plan?
The effects of stress are additive because over time more and more stress bring you further and further down. Doing so can make you less willing to do things as it unbalanced the health triangle.
Why are the effects of stress addictive? How can addictive stressors affect your health?
Some important considerations could be: Drawing an outline so you don't do everything last minute and asking your teacher your questions ahead of time so you don't get stuck on something the night before.
What might be some important considerations when planning ahead for a research project that is due in three weeks?
Because cigarettes are a stimulant, additive and bad for your general health.
Why shouldn't people smoke cigarettes as a way to relieve stress?
If you adapt well and recover from disappointment (resilient) then you can manage your stress better.
Explain how having resiliency can help you manage your stress?
? Is acceptance of loss.
? Is the act of showing sorrow or grief.
A stressful event that overwhelms your coping strategies is called a ?
What is not a stage of grief?
The needed outcome of grieving is ?
Helping the person recall happy memories, being a sympathetic listener, and not rushing the grieving process.
You can show support to someone who is grieving by
During which stage of grief do people make a promise to change if what was lost can be returned?
Seeking support from the community
What strategy can help someone cope with a traumatic event?
suicide, car accidents, natural disasters, & violent assults
What are the four examples of loss that could cause someone to experience the grieving process?
When you remain open in your relationships during a loss. Your friends will help you get through the loss and over it. While not remaining open can devastate you even more than you already were.
How do you think the ability or inability to remain open to relationships could affect the way a person responds to loss?
The grieving stages
What is necessary in order for healing to occur after a loss?
When acceptance comes around you could not accept it still and just stop. They should let it take all the time required for the grieving stages to be completed.
At which stage of the grieving process might a person become unable to move on? What should people do if they have difficulty moving through the stages of grief?
They can speak there mind at the funeral and know that they aren't alone in it.
How do mourning rituals following a death help individuals during the grieving process?
We have therapists to help us get through traumatic events we have experienced.
Who is available in a community to respond to the needs of survivors of a traumatic event?
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